Our Wedding Story

 If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time then you’ve probably seen my Honeymoon in Rome blog posts so I figured I might as well share a few photos from our special day. After much research and visiting numerous venues, Samantha and I chose the La Canada Flintridge Country Club to host our …

The Insightful Landscape Book

 The Insightful Landscape is a collaborative book project that features the works of 26 landscape photographers (including myself). There is some seriously top-notch landscape photography in this book. All profits from the book’s sale are donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation on behalf of Peter Carroll’s son, Liam. Several hundred dollars have been donated so far. …

TK Actions Panel

 I’ve been an avid user of Tony Kuyper’s Luminosity Masks for several years now and have written about it several times (Luminosity Masks blog post, Saturation Masks blog post) so Tony sent me his new TKActions Panel to play around with. You can see the panels on the above and below images. If you want …

Passion

Mendocino Coast

 I shot these photos during a brief camping trip along the Mendocino Coast. Our main focus was on enjoying the camping experience and driving down the coast since neither of us had been down that route before so I didn’t shoot many photos. I could probably spend at least a week shooting this area alone …

Dunsmuir

 Dunsmuir is best-known in landscape photography circles as the home of Mossbrae Falls; a rather unique waterfall that is probably the most often photographed location in the Mount Shasta region. Access has been illegal for the past several years due to railroad safety concerns so I skipped it on this visit. (Sorry to disappoint but …

McCloud Falls

 It had been ten years since my one and only visit to the Mount Shasta region. During my previous visit, I had planned on camping for a week but I ended up badly dehydrated after one day due to the hot summer weather so I cut the trip short and went home the following day. …

Piazza Venizia

 The Vittoriano is impossible to ignore while in Rome. It’s a massive building that you can see looming in the background from all sorts of directions. It’s truly a stunning piece of architecture. The location of this building is interesting in that it is almost right next to the Roman Forum. You have all these …